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Discussion in 'Activism' started by hso, Feb 2, 2011.

  1. mcdonl

    mcdonl Well-Known Member

    He voted yea on AWB, mag capacity and of course UBC. I have set up a Facebook page "Remember S.649" to keep the fire stoked until election time.

    I'm looking for the post with the voting records right now.

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  2. mcdonl

    mcdonl Well-Known Member

    I just posted this on his facebook page in response to people saying they did not feel represented...

    "I was very represented. I called, emailed and wrote our Senators from Maine. It did no good, but I was not alone. Millions of others like me acted by supporting SAM, the NRA and other groups to put pressure on the Senate and it worked. If the Gun-Control Lobby truly had the 90% they say they had than where was the grass roots efforts? The fact of the matter is the American people embrace the second amendment and our freedom and we realize that guns are not the problem. Violence stemming from mental health system failures and the collapse of morals are. Senator King... now is where the rubber meets the road. If this was truly to make our children safer I expect to see action to address the root causes of murder... not just the tools used. We will remember S.649 and how you voted and we will take that to the polls just like we did in 1994. Now is your chance to do some real work."
  3. Ryanxia

    Ryanxia Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the input but that's the wrong King :)
    We are speaking of Senator Angus King of Maine.

    Keep up the good work Mcdonl!
  4. MarshallDodge

    MarshallDodge Well-Known Member

  5. winterhorse290

    winterhorse290 Well-Known Member

    Mary Landrieu (D) is on our "do not re elect list" here in louisiana. David Vitter is also on notice that we,re watching him too.
  6. 25cschaefer

    25cschaefer Well-Known Member

    He is also a two faced weasel. He voted against the Toomey bill and sent me letter explaining how much he supports an armed citizenry, then he voted against a measure that would have prevented the US from entering into an arms treaty with the UN. So basically he thinks that it is bad for the US to impose gun control on us but okay for a foreign force to.

    We need to see whom he is going to support and make sure they don't make it in.

    Keep an eye on Tester, I know he is not up this go-round but he voted for the Toomey bill because he felt it did not effect him and he thinks the second amendment protects our "hunting and fishing heritage."
  7. Comrade Mike

    Comrade Mike Well-Known Member

    Good luck ever getting Durbin out of office.
  8. phil dirt

    phil dirt Well-Known Member

    As both Diamondback 8 and Skribs have already said, Washington state has two very anti- Second Amendment Senators, Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell. Neither of them have ever seen a gun control proposal they didn't like, and both voted yea on the UN arms treaty. Though Washington is a fairly liberal state, we do have a lot of gun owners. When these two run for re-election, as they certainly will, I would love to see Second Amendment supporters go all out to defeat them. I, for one, would be more than happy to work on a campaign to remove these two horrible creatures from the US Senate. We do have some strong pro- gun forces in Washington state that could help us start to get organized. Let's do it!
  9. Dframe

    Dframe Well-Known Member

    I'd give anything to replace our worthless dick durbin. I've voted against him everytime I could, and will do so again. In fact I'll work for the campaign for ANYONE who'll run against him. So should EVERY gun owner in Illinois!
  10. dc dalton

    dc dalton Well-Known Member

    Don't know if you have seen the new thread I posted yesterday about our new organization but now you have one place where you can track all new laws from all 50 states and the federal government.


    You can also sign up (100% free) and add laws you want to keep track of to your watch list and be sent an email any time something in those laws has changed.

    This was one of the driving forces for us to build this thing, it's always been a giant PITA too keep track and be informed about new laws.

  11. Showman

    Showman Member

    Just wanted to let all in the forum know: Senator Saxby Chambliss from Georgia will be retiring and not seeking re-election. His seat will almost certainly go to a Republican (Georgia is a very red state).
  12. hso

    hso Moderator Staff Member


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